Re: Re: Re: Which packages should I use?
--- Robert Millan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On the other hand, some of the examples like GNU, GNU/Linux
> or Solaris are capable of doing some productive by themselves
> (where a productive task can be anything the user considers
> productive). Of course you can run a JVM, perl or Bash,
> but that doesn't mean Bash is an operating system because
> it will always need a lower layer to stay on.
A javaOS has been done. Oskit + Kaffe = JavaOS. So you don't always need
a lower layer.
> Robert Millan
> "5 years from now everyone will be running
> free GNU on their 200 MIPS, 64M SPARCstation-5"
> Andrew S. Tanenbaum, 30 Jan 1992
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